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Galway will be painted ‘Ed’ this weekend as an expected 60,000 fans flock to the city to see Ed Sheeran perform at Pearse Stadium. Construction crews are this morning (Thursday) putting the finishing touches to the mammoth stage on the pitch at Salthill.
GALWAY LOVES Music is a new evening of discussion and performances in the Róisín Dubh, and a chance for musicians in Galway to meet local and national voices who will share their knowledge of how music works.
A city is a patchwork quilt of faces, opinions, cultures, sounds, smells. It only becomes what it is through the juxtaposition of all of these things. From the difference which it has to other places, a difference created by the choices we make in terms of the type of place we want to live in. I think of this every week when the team and I here at the Advertiser sit down to put together a newspaper that we hope touches in some respect a variety of the issues and areas that go to make up Galway. A pot pourri to match the pot pourri that surrounds us all.
NUI Galway and The Royal Irish Academy, in association with the Heyman Center, Columbia University, New York, will host a Judging Shaw Day, featuring a roundtable discussion entitled, ‘Shaw, Our Contemporary?’ a keynote lecture by Fintan O’Toole and a Judging Shaw Exhibition, on this Monday April 16 at Columbia University.
Galway Actors Workshop will hold a series of new classes for beginners and experienced performers, covering all aspects of acting — both as an art form and where it connects with wellbeing and creative mindset
JANAJ, THE exciting new Galway band whose music fuses classic rock, prog, and acoustic, mashing them together to create a throughly modern sound, have released their new single 'Badlands'.
The number of people signing on the Live Register in Galway has dropped by 12 per cent in the last year, Minister Ciaran Cannon has said. Unemployment has fallen steadily from a peak of 16 per cent in 2012 to 6 per cent in February 2018. Ireland is a stable, competitive, secure economy that is open for business.
Galway is set to host a major international conference on mobile journalism again this year following confirmation that Glen Mulcahy, the former RTE reporter behind MojoCon, is bringing a new event to the city this year.
NUI Galway’s Moore Institute will tomorrow (Friday Feb 16) host a symposium presented by the Women’s History Association of Ireland. One of Ireland’s leading historians, Professor Mary O’Dowd from Queen’s University Belfast, will address the association on the progress and pathways for future research on Irish women’s history from 1500-1800.
The Galway City Harriers junior men’s cross country team become the first to represent the club at European level, having won the National Championships in November in the Junior (U20) men’s event.